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The Prototyping and Focused Discriminating Strategy for Pattern Recognition and one Instantiation: the MELIDIS System

Abstract : This paper presents the Prototyping and Focused Discriminating (PFD) strategy for pattern recognition. This strategy takes benefits from the duality between model generation and discrimination. Both collaborate through a focusing mechanism that detects the conflicts between the class models and drive the discrimination. Classifiers based on this collaboration benefit from a set of useful properties. The Mélidis system illustrates this strategy and extends its possibilities, using a fuzzy framework. As shown by experiments, the resulting system provides an interesting compromise between accuracy and compactness. Experiments also demonstrate the interest of the new strategy and of its focusing mechanism.
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Nicolas Ragot, Eric Anquetil. The Prototyping and Focused Discriminating Strategy for Pattern Recognition and one Instantiation: the MELIDIS System. [Research Report] Université François Rabelais Tours, LI (EA 6300). 2016. ⟨hal-01332566⟩

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